icons / menu

To leave this site quickly, click the Quick Exit button.

icons / cross

Alternatively, hit the escape key.

11 Dec 2023

5 Questions with South Australia's New Director

We are proud to introduce Rebecca Ellis, our new Director for South Australia. This is a newly created role that reflects our commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of our LGBTIQA+ communities in Adelaide.Rebecca emigrated to Adelaide from the North of England with her wife Kylie and four children just under 5 years ago. After marrying in England, Rebecca and Kylie closely watched the marriage equality vote in Australia, hoping it would pass so they could bring their family down under. They’ve fallen in love with Adelaide and wouldn’t want to be in any other state.

14 Nov 2023

31st Keith Harbour Address by Switchboard CEO Joe Ball

The 31st annual Keith Harbour Address was delivered by Switchboard Victoria CEO Joe Ball at Thorne Harbour Health's Positive Living Centre on Sunday 12 November 2023.

14 Nov 2023

Transgender Awareness Week - Training for Doctors

This Transgender Awareness Week we’re shedding light on the challenges faced by our trans and gender diverse (TGD) communities and how allies can show their support.TGD people often encounter barriers when seeking healthcare through mainstream services, with many facing discrimination, ignorance, or misunderstanding from medical professionals.

02 Nov 2023

5 Ways to be a part of World AIDS Day 2023

Friday 1 December marks World AIDS Day - a chance to raise awareness in the community about the contemporary issues surrounding HIV. This year marks 40 years since our founding in response to the emerging HIV/AIDS epidemic. We have come a long way, but HIV is not over. Now is the perfect chance to show your support and remind others that HIV Still Matters.In addition to our army of volunteers hitting the streets to hand out red ribbons, we will also be hosting our annual World AIDS Day Memorial and several other events.Here's 5 ways you can take part in World AIDS Day 2023...

17 Oct 2023

HIV Self-Management

With the range of HIV treatment options out there today, people living with HIV (PLHIV) are living well into old age. While this is fantastic news, there are also unique health challenges for PLHIV.

22 Sep 2023

Celebrating Bi+ Visibility Day

“It feels important for my wellbeing to be open about my bisexuality.”

20 Sep 2023

Hate Speech Law Reform Underway

The Victorian Government’s anti-vilification reform is underway, and they want to hear what you have to say!

12 Sep 2023

Call for Board Nominations

We are seeking visionary and capable people who work well with others to nominate for election to two (2) vacancies on the Board of Directors.

08 Sep 2023

PLC Newsletter - Spring 2023

The spring edition of the newsletter for Thorne Harbour Health's Positive Living Centre (PLC) is out now.

10 Aug 2023

How You Can Help Reform Hate Speech Laws

This year, our LGBTIQ+ communities have come under increasing attack from the far right. Extremists have sought to incite hatred and intimidate us into cancelling community events across the state.As a community, we’ve come a long way in securing rights and recognition. However, there is still significant work to be done. You can make your voice heard and influence positive change by participating in the Victorian Government’s anti-vilification law reform process.

13 Jul 2023

Cervical Screening is for Everyone With a Cervix

Thorne Harbour Health and Cancer Council Victoria have joined forces to protect LGBTIQ+ Victorians from cervical cancer, with new research finding that LGBTIQ+ Australians are less likely to participate in cervical screening than non-LGBTIQ+ Australians.

20 Jun 2023

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament

Thorne Harbour Health (THH) acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia, their invaluable cultural diversity and enduring connections to land and community. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, to their diverse cultures, and to their Elders past and present.


Thorne Harbour relies upon your continued support